No. 4-seed Maryland women’s basketball is in Spokane, Washington, to take on No. 1-seed Stanford in what will be one of the Terps’ toughest tests all season.
Maryland defeated No. 13-seed Delaware and No. 12-seed Florida Gulf Coast University to advance to this Sweet 16 matchup against the Cardinal. Stanford picked up wins over No. 16-seed Montana State and No. 8-seed Kansas as it will look to avoid the upset.
When these two teams met in November, Maryland lost 86-68 however, the Terps were not at full strength. Junior guard Diamond Miller was not playing at the time as she was day-to-day with a knee injury while graduate guard Katie Benzan and junior forward Faith Masonius did not travel with the team due to illness. Miller and Benzan have rejoined the rotation since however, Masonius is out for the remainder of the season after tearing her ACL in January.
A lot of time has passed since these two teams first met and both will undoubtedly be showcasing some of their best basketball with the Elite Eight on the line.
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Catch up before the game
- NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 preview: No. 4-seed Maryland women’s basketball vs. No. 1-seed Stanford
- Testudo Times Podcast: Maryland women’s basketball Sweet 16 preview
- MM 3.25: Maryland women’s basketball’s Angel Reese, Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Regional Finalist
- Maryland women’s basketball’s lone freshman Shyanne Sellers won’t “shy away” from the moments in first NCAA Tournament run
- Three takeaways from No. 4-seed Maryland women’s basketball’s win over No. 12-seed FGCU in the second round of NCAA Tournament
- Led by its star backcourt, No. 4-seed Maryland women’s basketball outlasts No. 12-seed FGCU, 89-65, clinches Sweet 16 berth
- Three takeaways from No. 4-seed Maryland women’s basketball’s dominant win over No. 13-seed Delaware
- No. 4-seed Maryland women’s basketball explodes offensively, dispatching No. 13-seed Delaware, 102-71